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Why would you not be able to print color documents in Microsoft 2002 Publisher if it used to print in color?

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2005-10-16 19:36:07
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First, check that your printer's Color ink cartridge actually hasn't gone dry. Many printers use separate cartridges for black and colors. Even if the cartridges are new, the nozzles could be clogged. Check your printer for a "cleaning" feature or method. Second, if the above doesn't work or you have good, new cartridges, check the printers properties page under windows Start / Printers and right-click your printer's icon, choose PROPERTIES. Make sure you don't have "Greyscale" or "black and white" chosen as the default print option.

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